Live Webcast: COVID-19 and Its Impact on Patient Care: What Gastroenterologists Need to Know

Oct
07

Live Webcast: COVID-19 and Its Impact on Patient Care: What Gastroenterologists Need to Know

Tuesday, December 8, 2020 | 6:30 – 8:00 PM ET This Live and OnDemand webcast provides clinicians with the latest information and consensus recommendations for the management of patients with IBD during the COVID-19 era. Expert faculty will also examine the latest evidence on treatment and prevention strategies for COVID-19.

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By Ben Stoner |
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Sep
30

Live Webcast:The Role of Antibody Drug Conjugates in Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: Guidance for Today and the Path Forward

Wednesday, December 2, 2020  |  6:30 PM – 8:00 PM ET    In this CME Outfitters Live and OnDemand, integrations of animated 3-D models will provide visual representation of the mechanisms and characteristics of antibody drug conjugates (ADCs) in NSCLC to complement expert faculty insights and evidence supporting testing strategies to identify predictive biomarkers, emerging […]

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Sep
30

Live Webcast: Saturday Morning Coffee with Experts in NASH: What Is The Update?

Saturday, November 7, 2020 | 11:00AM – 12:30 PM ET    In this CME Outfitters webcast, a renowned panel of experts will highlight the underlying mechanisms of NASH via innovative augmented reality (AR) animations and present real-world case scenarios to share clinical insights on how to choose appropriate non-invasive diagnostic modalities, as well as translate […]

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Sep
25

Keeping Pain at Bay: Strategies for Early Interventions and Safer Pain Management

Risk assessment is critical to providing the best possible patient-centered outcome while mitigating unnecessary opioid exposure. Clinicians must carefully weigh risk vs benefit on a case by case basis to determine if an opioid is necessary, or if chronic pain can be prevented with use of a non-opioid alternative. Risk level can be determined with […]

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Sep
15

What Should They Expect? Making Time to Talk to Patients About Pain Before Their Dental Procedure

Recent studies have demonstrated the effectiveness and acceptability of reduction or the total elimination of opioids after discharge from minor surgery, with most patients who underwent a dental procedure or oral surgery reporting low pain scores. In the third installment of this CME Outfitters Briefcase series on non-opioid pain management, expert faculty share strategies for […]

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By Simone Kahmeyer |
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Sep
15

Getting a Head Start on Pain: Simple Changes to Your Pre-Procedure Workflow for Assessing Misuse and Diversion of Opioids

An adolescent or young adult’s first exposure to opioids often occurs following a third molar extraction, and even though 85%-90% of these patients find the experience unpleasant due to side effects, up to 15% are at risk for misuse, abuse, and addiction. To mitigate risk of opioid dependency it is imperative that dentists and oral […]

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By Simone Kahmeyer |
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Sep
15

Rethinking Standing Orders for Opioids to Manage Pain in Adolescents and Young Adults Requiring Third Molar Extraction

It has long been a habit of dentists and oral and maxillofacial surgeons to prescribe narcotics following surgeries such as third molar extraction, with many prescribing as many as 20-30 tablets.A recent study of 105 patients who underwent third molar extraction saw 8 surgeons prescribing 1,773 opioid units, with only 38.4% of those units being […]

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By Simone Kahmeyer |
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Jul
31

Opioid Red Flags: Examining the Options and Taking the Next Steps

The final episode of this CME Outfitters Briefcase series focuses on identifying the red flags of OUD and best options for taking the next steps to engage patients and develop appropriate treatment strategies.

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By Simone Kahmeyer |
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